10 Gifs That May Actually Prove Professional Wrestling Is Fake

I know it’s hard to believe, but we can get through this together. After years of convincing storylines and matches, we may now have irrefutable evidence that wrestling is fake. Shocking, right? Don’t take my word for it. Feast your eyes upon these amazing gifs and see the proof for yourself. (You may need to give them just a sec to fully load.)

RVD With A Vicious Kick!

WWE: The Best of Raw and SmackDown 2013
WWE: The Best of Raw and SmackDown 2013

This Is Actually How The Human Body Naturally Responds When Tangled In A Rope.

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The Most Troubling Part Of This Is John Cena’s Insistence Of Wearing Those Awful Shorts.

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In The Industry We Call This “Frankenstein Arm-ing”

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Maybe He Thought There Was A Sweet Deep-End Pool Behind Him, We Don’t Know.

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Don’t People Realize Going Through A Table Just Cushions Your Fall, Anyway?

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*Shania Twain Voice* That Don’t Impress Me Much.

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I Love You, Ric Flair.

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Don’t Underestimate The Power Of Hulkamania!

WWE: The Best of Raw and SmackDown 2013

This One Doesn’t Show A Fake Move, It’s Just Really Funny. TC Mark

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